Products for People with a Disability

Disability equipment suppliers for a working environment that requires equipment you can rely on

Disability Equipment Suppliers

At HLS Healthcare we provide a disability products to be use to maximise efficiency, provide maximise comfort and dignity for the people living with a disability. All our products are also align with all occupational health and safety procedures.

We strive to ensure that your patients can enjoy the highest levels of comfort and support when they need it most, with disability products tailored to the highest health and safety standards.

At HLS Healthcare, we understand how difficult it can be for today’s carers and healthcare professional to stay one step ahead of the endless challenges they face on a daily basis.

Staff often experience chaotic working conditions, where the entire atmosphere of a room can change in seconds. Today’s carers and health professionals need a working environment that they feel comfortable and productive in.

Ceiling hoists, free-standing lifters, and other crucial accessories will help to ensure that you have the tools you need to move, position, and properly treat people in need. All the while, you’ll be placing the least possible strain on your staff members, reducing the risk of injury and stress.

Common lifting and moving tasks:

  • Moves to and from a bed, stretcher and/or chair
  • Moves to/from the toilet
  • Repositioning patients closer to the headboard of a bed
  • Turning patients
  • Lifting extremities

Be Prepared for Anything

With our range of slings, accessories, hoists, and other moving & handling equipment, you can rest assured that you’ll be prepared for countless different forms of care. Regardless of the situation or diagnosis, you can ensure that you have what it takes to serve your patient groups from examination, through to treatment.

We can even help with reducing common moving and handling risks like:

  • Trips and falls
  • Issues when moving from bed to chair or bed to bathroom
  • Problems with repositioning unconscious or injured patients
  • Turning patients for treatment
  • Lifting extremities

Products for People with a Disability 

The following are products we deem would greatly improve the operation of any long term care facility, home or healthcare practice.

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Top 5 Tips for Selecting Disability Equipment Suppliers

The healthcare services industry is a fast-paced space, focused on providing people with a better quality of living. For companies to thrive in this sector, they need more than just a commitment to their patients. The healthcare suppliers and distributors you select to work with can make or break your chances of success. The question is, how do you choose a disability equipment supplier that you can trust? From our position at the heart of the healthcare industry, here are our 5 top tips for choosing the best disability equipment suppliers.

Make Sure They Put the Clients First

The best suppliers in any industry will always be the ones that are passionate about serving their clients. It’s important to learn as much as you can about the supplier you want to work with, to ensure that they’re going to put your needs first. For instance, here at HLS healthcare, we continually pursue the best partnerships with excellent manufacturers in the disability space, so that you have the best selection of products to choose from. With our help, you can rest assured that you’ll always be ahead of the curve when it comes to healthcare.

Check for the Right Selection of Equipment

You’ll need your disability equipment supplier to provide a broad range of options to support all of your needs. For instance, as well as basic solutions like wheelchairs and bariatric equipment, you may also need specialist hoist systems or the latest in smart technology. Take some time to browse through your supplier’s catalog and ensure they have everything you need. For instance, at HLS healthcare we offer:

Make Sure They Can Answer Your Questions

Sometimes, when you’re shopping for disability healthcare equipment, you’ll know exactly what you need to improve the lives of your patients and clients. However, there are times when you may need additional guidance from someone who understands the market.

Ensure that your supplier has plenty of experience and background knowledge in your field. This will make it easier for them to answer any questions you may have about upgrades or new technology. Additionally, it should also mean that you can ask your supplier for suggestions as to which equipment you should invest in next.

Can they Provide Additional Services?

Some disability equipment suppliers simply make sure that you have the tools you need to run your healthcare environment each day. Other companies, however, can go above and beyond to provide you with the additional support that you may be looking for too.

At HLS healthcare, for instance, we provide the additional support our clients need to ensure the longevity of their furniture and equipment. We can carry out repairs and maintenance through our highly-trained and accredited technicians, so you don’t have to search elsewhere for help. What’s more, we can even help clients comply with AS/NZS 10535:2011 regulations regarding hoisting and transferring.

Check That They’re Easy to Contact

Finally, you need to make sure that your disability equipment suppliers are available when you need them most, to answer your questions, or offer support with a broken piece of equipment. Browse through their website to get an idea of their availability, and how you can contact them. Here at HLS Healthcare, we’re always ready to answer your questions. You can contact us via a handy contact form or speak to a customer service agent on 1300 931 893 today!

  1300 931 893

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To arrange a product demonstration of any products from the HLS Healthcare product range, please call now or complete the form below. One of our product specialists will be more than happy to discuss your project requirements.

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